High Commission Of

Islamic republic of pakistan

NAIROBI | KENYA  

As you are Aware that world is facing an unprecedented challenge with communities and economies everywhere affected by the growing COVID-19 pandemic. The world is coming together to combat the COVID-19 pandemic bringing governments, organizations from across industries and sectors and individuals together to help respond to this global outbreak.    

PRESS RELEASES

 Prime Minister’s COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund-2020   (updated: 02 April 2020)

Pakistani Nationals declared Positive for |Corona Virus in Kenya   (updated: 06 April 2020)

06 Pakistani nationals (transit passenger in quarantine) has been declared positive for Corona Virus in Kenya. These Pakistani nationals already shifted to Kenyatta University hospital, Nairobi for treatment.    

The WHO has declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Most of the countries have now reported cases of COVID-19. The Government is making all-out efforts to deal with a rapidly evolving situation which is a challenge, not only for Pakistan but the whole world. Proactive, comprehensive and coordinated steps continue to be taken to curtail the spread of COVID-19, with a view to ensuring safety and security of our nationals and people traveling to and from Pakistan. 

 Travel Advisory For Pakistan -   (updated: March 2020)

Repatriation Of Stranded Pakistanis From Kampala, Uganda     (updated: 16 May 2020)

06 Pakistani nationals (transit passenger in quarantine) has been declared positive for Corona Virus in Kenya. These Pakistani nationals already shifted to Kenyatta University hospital, Nairobi for treatment.    

Stranded Pakistani Nationals Repatriated From Hargeisa, Somalia    (updated: 23 May 2020)

179 stranded Pakistani nationals have been repatriated today from Hargeisa (Somalia) to Islamabad via Salam Air special flight, following the suspension of flight operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.